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Posted by M.W.Pearson on May 14, 2003 23:21:11 UTC

Atoms attract one another, but will you explain why not everything in the universe is round, if, as you say, the roundness of stars is caused by "Gravitational attractions of atoms toward each other."
Are you saying that some property of atoms collectively makes stars round, and that these properties are not present in objects that are not round? Well, what makes the difference?
Color test:
In advance: Harvard guy, that is not pertinent.

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